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Old 03-16-2010, 02:08 PM   #1
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recently hospitalized with substernal chest pain with numbness and tingling in the r arm. stress test revealed abnormalities with a 1.5mm depression in st part of ekg but the pictures on the test appeared normal. My ekg showed anteroseptal infarct age undetermined. they send me home stating i had gerd but didn't do an endoscopy. any ideas. i feel like i need a second opinion

 
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